In this special episode Simon Chan shares 5 ways to plan and make your next rank advancement happen in your network marketing MLM business.
Talks about 3 important parts:
- Personal Recruiting
- How to prevent people from quitting
- Incentives and contests you can use to motivate your team
Who is Simon Chan?
Simon Chan is a business coach and speaker who helps network marketers earn a part time income of at least $1,000 a month by helping them defeat overwhelm, create consistency and get results online.
Simon started in network marketing in 2003 and built a million dollar business with over 200,000 distributors by pioneering Online Duplication. He retired from building in 2013 to be a full time trainer and founded MLM Nation. Here is his complete bio
Summary of Rank Advancements
You should do it for your team
You must personally recruit
Best way to followup with old contacts or old prospects
3 Things you must do to prevent your team from quitting and getting smaller during your rank advancement run
Why you should not promote 90 day challenges
Why destroys the belief of your downlines
How to run good campaigns and contests
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